NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Philosophy (Paper-II): Questions 812 - 815 of 1674

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Question number: 812

» Classical Indian Philosophy » Yoga » Patanjali's Concept of Citta and Citta-Vrtti

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With reference to Patanjali’s Yogadarśana, select the correct sequence. (January Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Yama, niyama, pranāyāma, āsana, pratyāhāra

b.

Āsana, prānāyāma pratyāhāra, yama, niyama

c.

Niyama, yama, prānāyāma, āsana, pratyāhāra

d.

Yama, niyama, āsana, prānāyāma, pratyāhāra

Question number: 813

» Classical Indian Philosophy » Classification » Hetvdbhasa

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‘Śabda nitya śabdatvāt’, which type of hetvābhāsa is committed by the above anumāna? (January Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Anupasamhāri

b.

Sādhārana savyabhichāra

c.

Asādhārana savyabhichāra

d.

Satpratipksa

Question number: 814

» Modern Indian Thinkers » Gandhi » Non-Violence

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Which one of the following is not correct about Gandhian ethics? (January Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

The end means should be just

b.

Truth as the end

c.

Non-Violence as the means

d.

A Just end justifies the bad means

Question number: 815

» Classical Indian Philosophy » Purva-Mimamsa » Vedanta

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All the following propositions according to Ramanuja are false except: (November Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Ramanuja advocates Jnana - Yoga as the principal means to Videhamukti

b.

Ramanuja advocates Bhakti - Yoga as the principal means to Videhamukti

c.

Ramanuja advocates Karma - Yoga as the principal means to Videhamukti

d.

Ramanuja advocates Karma - Yoga as the principal means to Jivanmukti

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